Learn about breaking down the work and consistent sizing.
- Many teams find that the yellow sticky notes,…or feature cards, are the most difficult to create.…That's because these cards represent something new.…Cards for software bugs are usually easy to describe.…It's also pretty straightforward…to write down a maintenance issue.…So green and red stickies are often much easier to create,…but describing features can be a real challenge.…You have to have a real clear understanding…of what the customer wants.…Then you have to translate that statement…into something that can be delivered.…
Many teams try the user story format.…If you've been on an agile team then you're probably…familiar with this way of describing your work.…A user story is a broad value statement.…It's almost like a note to remind you…to have a future conversation.…It's like saying, I should really talk with Shelly…about the data she wants to show on the mobile application.…That's why user stories have an unusual format.…The most common format is, "As a user,…I want some feature so that I can have some value."…
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- Lean principles
- Kanban and set capacities
- Five properties of kanban
- Starting enterprise lean
- Creating a value stream map
- Visualizing product flow
- Using a cumulative flow diagram (CFD)
- Setting up and working off of a kanban board
- Pitfalls of Kanban